On the opposite end of the spectrum from the LG Watch Style, we also have the big and brawny LG Watch Sport. The name gives it away — this is a sport-focused watch that includes some nice features. Its big circular display offers ambient brightness sensing, and the thick case gives you a speaker, LTE, a top-notch heart rate sensor and standalone GPS for fitness tracking.
There's a lot going on in this watch — here's the full LG Watch Sport spec sheet.
|Software||Android Wear 2.0|
|Display||1.38-inch 480x480 P-OLED|
Gorilla Glass 3
|Processor||Snapdragon Wear 2100 1.1GHz|
|Connectivity||LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC|
Accelerometer, gyroscope, barometer
PPG heart rate sensor
|Dimensions||45.4 x 51.21 x 14.2 mm|
|Colors||Titanium, Dark Blue (Google Store only)|
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Do we have a list of LTE bands it supports?
This is always hard to find out with connected watches.
And never addressed, even here.
14.2 mm thick yikes!
Question about Android Pay - is that run in dependent of the phone? Due to recent SafetyNet updates, getting Android Pay working on rooted phones has become a challenge.
Apparently it won't work...
Sapphire should be standard on all smart watches.if not, at least on anything with "sport" label.
So it has a SIM card slot??
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